Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Spellbinders EXPLORE BEYOND Blog Frenzy Day Three!!

Hi and thanks for stopping by my blog as part of Spellbiders EXPLORE BEYOND Blog Frenzy!!! I am so excited to be able to share with you two projects today using some of Spellbinders brand new die templates that were just released at CHA!!   I will be featuring LF-019 Grand Stately Circles Grand Nestabilities as well as S5-169 Double Delight, which is a Cut/Fold/Tuck set.  These sets were SO much fun to play with and I just can’t wait to show you what I have created! So why wait!! Let’s get to it!!

For my first project, I have created a fun Mixed Media canvas!!
HAPPINESS CANVAS

 
Supply List:
·         LF-019 Grand Stately Circles
·         S5-169 Double Delight
·         Unity Stamp Co, Chevron background stamp, heart stamp
·         Just Rite® Papercraft; Family Garden
·         Tattered Angels: Chalk Board Glimmer Mist (Seven Seas)
·         Bazill Basics Paper Company®: cardstock: (ivory, Aqua)
·         Buttons Galore and More: Yellow Button
·         Xyron®: 1.5” Create-a-sticker, 9” Creative Station
·         KaiserCraft: Class of 87 collection (P620 Timeless Tables) patterned paper
·         Bo Bunny Press: Ribbon
·          Theresa Collins Patterned paper (quote)
·          Doodlebug Designs Inc; alpha stickers and hearts
·         Artists Loft: 9x10 Canvas, Watercolor paints
·         Liquitex: Gesso
·         Golden: Artists Collection, Light Modeling Paste
·         Bubble wrap
·         Paint brush, foam brush, twine,

I have created a video for you today showing the process in creating this canvas. So sit back and relax while I walk you thru it! It is a bit lengthy, but I wanted to make sure I showed you each step! Enjoy!!
 

 If you are having trouble viewing it here, please visit the direct video on You Tube found here.
Doesn’t that look FUN!?!? There is SO much more that can be done with Spellbinders dies than what meets the eye!! Grab your favorite set and a canvas and see what you come up with!!! You’ll be glad you did!   I am new to watercolor paints, Gesso AND Modeling Paste, so if I can do it, so can you!!  Just grab a canvas and start playing! Nothing is wrong… if you don’t like it… just keep adding more paint, stamps, layers… until you DO like it!!  Explore BEYOND!!
Here is a second project that I created using the SAME two die templates (Plus a couple of others)! I love how versatile they are!! Stop by tomorrow for a quick video showing you how to create this project as well!
Sending Prayers Card
 
Drop by again on Friday for info on how I created this card!! Also see this post for info on the video series I will be doing for March! SOO much fun!!!
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Thank you SO much for stopping by today! I hope that I have inspired you to try something new! Don’t forget to follow along every day for your chance to win some of this fabulous new release!!
Please also visit the blog of the amazingly talented Darsie Bruno today! She has something fabulous to share with us I’m sure!!
 
Questions contact customerservice@spellbinders.us   No entries will be accepted at this email address.
 

66 comments:

  1. Beautiful projects. I really love that layout. What a little cutie.

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  2. Great video... love the canvas treatment!!!

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  3. Your canvas is gorgeous! Love the colors and the textures! I can hardly wait to get my new dies! Thanks for the awesome video tutorial too!
    Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

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  4. Great project! Thanks for the video tutorial!

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  5. fabulous canvas...love your card too!

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  6. Beautiful card Tina. Interesting tutorial also. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Your layout and prayer card are so beautiful!

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  8. Wow! That canvas is amazing! I love all the color and texture!

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  9. Oh, I just finished my first mixed media class, so I can so appreciate your page! Awesome! Can't wait for my new SB gold dies to arrive! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  10. Dorina D2:09 PM

    Beautful projects. Love the canvas and the card is so cute.

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  11. Such beautiful projects! I can feel the time and love in them.

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  12. I like all of the subtle patterns. They look cooooool.

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  13. WOW Tina both your projects here are really stunning and your video shows everything so well. It´s truely amazing what can be achieved, if you just dare to try out some new things right? This is really outstanding beautiful. I´m soo looking forward to see, what you´ll show us again tomorrow.

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  14. Each project makes me love Spellbinders more and more!

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  15. The canvas and card are amazing!

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  16. It is amazing what these dies can do for a project! Your's are beautiful. Love the colors you used in the card.

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  17. Video was wonderful! Love how you didn't waste any of that red paint! That canvas is a treasure!

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  18. Awesome Canvas. Thanks for the Video - fantastic how you have used the dies to create the layout.

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  19. Beautiful video tutorial. And card just gorgeous, love the color.
    Hugs Nataliya

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  20. What a fabulous canvas! Wow!

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  21. Fabulous projects! Love your video!!

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  22. Both projects are gorgeous!! I especially love the canvas!! The pictures are adorable!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  23. Beautiful canvas and card xhugsx Nikki

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  24. Fabulous projects. Thank you for sharing.

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  25. very pretty layout and card.

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  26. Pam P3:42 PM

    Great video, thanks for sharing with us.

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  27. Your canwas is amazing! Thank you for sharing the project from start to finish - so fun to watch:)

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  28. Wonderful projects and a great tutorial Tina!!! Thank you for sharing your creativity!

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  29. Wonderful project video and I just LOVE the card!

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  30. Wow such beautiful projects, love them.

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  31. Gorgeous canvas and such a pretty card

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  32. I am definitely inspired to try creating my own canvas. Your instruction video is super easy to follow and your "out of the box" use of the Spellbinder die is a terrific idea. Love all the new Spellbinder dies!

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  33. Your canvas is just gorgeous!! Great video, thank you for the well thought out tut!

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  34. very cool artisitc touches to the canvas, such a pretty card too!!

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  35. You are so creative! What an inspired combination of elements! Thanks for the video. It helps so much to see this piece in-process. So beautiful!

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  36. that canvas is amazing and thanks for the video! I'm not very good at any kind of mixed media but this looked like a lot of fun to create!

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  37. Gorgeous creations, I just love the larger die cuts. Thank you for sharing.

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  38. OMG! So pretty! I love the card. The canvas is awesome. I really want to try to get into mixed-media, but I am so skittish....perhaps you have inspired me a bi!

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  39. That is such a beautiful card. I love the cut, fold, tuck die and the grand circles are so pretty!

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  40. Beautiful work - loved seeing it all come together.

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  41. Beautiful layout and card.

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  42. Oh, I love that fun canvas...great texture and wonderful use of color.

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  43. how gorgeous, Tina!! Love love the canvas and the card! Fabulous projects!

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  44. This is Beautiful. I want to try this now. I need this die....

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  45. Rhea Thompson9:37 PM

    Hi Tina! What cute pictures - I assume they might be of your daughter. I'm especially taken with the card and the cut and fold die. Thank you for sharing with us!

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  46. Beauitful card, so much work, love it!!! The colours are great.

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  47. Hi Tina
    what a wonderful way to use Grand Stately Circles (and of course any other Spellbinder) Dies... I cannot wait to get stuck into a project similar to this it is just gorgeous.

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  48. Love the idea of the jumbo circles, finally. Your samples are wonderful and you can bet I will be back to get the other tutorial

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  49. Wonderful projects. Thanks for the tutorial; looking forward to the tutorial tomorrow.

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  50. What an awesome project & adorable subject!!! Makes even me want to try to 'explore beyond'!!! TFS!!!

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  51. I love all of the texture on your canvas! You did a beautiful job!

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  52. Wow, your canvas is stunning! And your card is very beautiful too! Hugs! xx

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  53. I like working with die cuts like that, you can give them a unique look. Thanks for sharing, Baerbel

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  54. thank you Tina , I have never seen those mediums used before and have been scared to try. but it looked like so much fun, I must try it.

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  55. Wonderful projects - and thanks for the great video tutorial!

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  56. Beautiful canvas and great tutorial! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  57. Two beautiful projects, love these creations.
    Kim xXx

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  58. Great creative way to make your canvas!

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  59. I love your canvas! Thanks for sharing your process.

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  60. Hi Tina,
    Thanks for your fun and informative video on your mixed media piece. What joyful pictures!
    I absolutely love your card too.
    Thanks for taking the time to share your amazing creations.

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  61. Nice to see a little something different. Nice canvas project. The card is also very nice!!

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  62. Love both projects! You multi-media canvas is breathtaking!!!

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  63. The little ones expresions are so cute, great layout

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  64. Simply stunning.

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